Auto123 reviews the 2020 Lexus RX 450h.
The Lexus RX has been on the luxury vehicle market for about 15 years now, and it has for most of that time been a trusted choice in the segment of mid-size premium SUVs. Now in its fourth generation, the model getting a few cosmetic and technological updates. Most notably, the 2020 edition finally gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, which will please many potential buyers. It's about time Toyota/Lexus caught up with the rest...
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What changed between 2019 and 2020?
Nothing major, actually. On the outside, the front fairing is more massive, and the fog lights have moved to the lower part of the front grille and are in a horizontal position. At the rear, the changes are almost imperceptible; the lights have been changed very slightly, and the exhaust outlets are now hidden under the rear skirt. Lexus also made a few changes to its suspension system, resulting in better vehicle stability.